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UNC-Chapel Hill Uruguayan Historical Collection

The collection represents materials on Uruguay, published between the early nineteenth-century through 1922. The majority of the collection focuses on history, literature, travel accounts, regional histories and biographies.
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Title
Date Published
Creator
Dr. Carlos María de Pena, president of the Commission
UNC-Chapel Hill Uruguayan Historical Collection
by Magariños Solsona, Mateo, 1867-1921
334
0
0
A novel
Includes bibliographical references
Title varies slightly
Topic: Uruguay. Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores
UNC-Chapel Hill Uruguayan Historical Collection
by Capella, Francisco de Paula, 1823-1901
251
0
0
UNC-Chapel Hill Uruguayan Historical Collection
by Arrascaeta, Enrique de
189
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0
At head of title: Poetas de la America de habla Español
Topics: Latin poetry, Poets, Latin American
UNC-Chapel Hill Uruguayan Historical Collection
by Arcos Ferrand, Luis, 1891-; Montevideo (Dept.). Consejo de Administración
183
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0
At head of title: Consejo de Administración Departamental de Montevideo
UNC-Chapel Hill Uruguayan Historical Collection
by Congreso Sud-americano de Derecho Internacional Privado (1st : 1888-1889 : Montevideo, Uruguay); Uruguay. Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores
178
0
0
Topics: Conflict of laws, International law, International relations
UNC-Chapel Hill Uruguayan Historical Collection
by Barrett, Rafael, -1910
143
0
0
Includes Documentos relativos a la convención del 28 de mayo de 1816 and Documentos correspondientes a las negociaciones de Pueyrredón con las autoridades de la Banda-oriental, motivadas por la invasión portuguesa
Topic: Ramírez, Carlos María, 1848-1898
UNC-Chapel Hill Uruguayan Historical Collection
by Granada, Nicolás, 1840-1915
110
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0
UNC-Chapel Hill Uruguayan Historical Collection
by Nervo, Amado, 1870-1919; Nervo, Amado, 1870-1919. Sombra del ala; Nervo, Amado, 1870-1919. Libro amable; Nervo, Amado, 1870-1919. De El éxodo y las flores del camino
101
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"Estrenada con éxito extraordinario en 'El Pabellón Nacional' la noche del 20 de diciembre de 1895."
Topic: Railroads